Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Alan Moore on " the delectable Louise Brooks"

In an interview on the Previewsworld website, English writer Alan Moore (most famous for the WatchmenV for Vendetta, and other works of the imagination), mentions the appearance of Louise Brooks in a forthcoming work!

PREVIEWS: What can you tell us about The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen III #1 — Century: 1910?

Alan Moore: It’s a departure from the previous books, the first of three which will comprise the first volume. The overall title of the volume is Century, and the first part which will be out in March is called “What Keeps Mankind Alive.” We kick off in 1910 where we have, as usual, characters and situations drawn from the literature of that era. We’re relying heavily on Bertolt Brecht’s Threepenny Opera, which was set originally in 1910.

We’re also working in references to films made in or around that period, including Lulu, the film by Pabst, which features the delectable Louise Brooks, so someone that looks a bit like Louise Brooks turns up briefly.

We’re referring to some of the odder Jack the Ripper films in the story, working those into the general narrative
I can't wait to see it!

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